The True Legend Of Saint Dunstan And The Devil: Showing How The Horse-Shoe Came To Be A Charm Against Witchcraft With Illustrations By George Cruikshank Original 1871 Hardcover

By: Edward G.Flight

Price: $45.00

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Book Condition: Good+


London:: Bell and Daldy, 1871. Book. Illus. by George Cruikshank John Thompson Engraved. Good+. Hardcover. 3rd Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Original 1877 Decorative Brown Hardcover. Good+, light wear bright. NOT a library copy. Clean Pages cover several small age bubbles and some fade spots. Bright gilt cover titles. Horseshoe and Dunstan on brown cloth cover, This Victorian text tells a west country folklore tale explaining how Saint Dunstan of Glastonbury beat the Devil with the protective use of the horse shoe. With beautiful b/w drawings by George Cruikshank. Engraved br John Thompson.No underlines, no writing in text and no book plates of any kind.Good+ Great Glastonbury folklore classic. Chiswick press. Three Geese In Flight years since 1977 we wrap first in craft paper then bubble wrap.. Dust jacket present.

Title: The True Legend Of Saint Dunstan And The Devil: Showing How The Horse-Shoe Came To Be A Charm Against Witchcraft With Illustrations By George Cruikshank Original 1871 Hardcover

Author Name: Edward G.Flight

Illustrator: George Cruikshank John Thompson Engraved

Categories: Medieval, Early Medieval and Tudor, North American Folklore and Supernatural, Arthurian Legend,

Edition: 3rd Edition

Publisher: London:, Bell and Daldy: 1871

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+

Seller ID: 005677

Keywords: grail glastonbury dunstan arthurian arthur gildas saxon saint english folklore horseshoe magic english superstition west country devil george cruikshank john thompson engraving enflish folklore west country victorian,